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English universities

As of August 2008, there were ninety-one universities in England,[1] out of a total of 109 in the United Kingdom. This excludes approximately 133 higher education institutions that have not been given the right to call themselves a "university" by the Privy Council (such as colleges of higher education). The number of universities has since increased.

The following is a slightly out of date (at October 2012) list of English universities and university colleges recognised by the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills, together with the date on which they were created. BIS publishes the official list.[2] On World Heritage Encyclopedia the list of UK Universities[3] appears to be more up to date.

Universities

Where two dates are listed below the first gives the year the institution became a University while the second gives the year the institution was established in another form (for example if it was previously a College or a Central Institution). See also List of UK universities by date of foundation.

'Tuition Fee' refers to the annual tuition fee announced for Home/EU students studying full time undergraduate degree courses starting in 2012. The maximum equivalent fee for courses that started before 2012 is £3,375.

University Location Established Number of Students Tuition Fee
Anglia Ruskin University Cambridge & Chelmsford 1992 (1858) 20,300
The Arts University Bournemouth Poole 1885 2,500+
University of the Arts London London 2004 27,970
University of the Arts LondonCamberwell College of Arts London 1898
University of the Arts LondonCentral Saint Martins College of Art and Design London 1989
University of the Arts LondonChelsea College of Art and Design London 1989
University of the Arts LondonLondon College of Communication London 1894
University of the Arts LondonLondon College of Fashion London 1986
University of the Arts LondonWimbledon College of Art London 1890
Aston University Birmingham 1966 (1895) 9,555 £9,000[4]
University of Bath Bath 1966 13,959
Bath Spa University Bath 1975 7,110
University of Bedfordshire Luton & Bedford 2006 14,550
University of Birmingham Birmingham 1900 26,073 £9,000[5]
Birmingham City University Birmingham 1971 (1843) 24,849
Laedge International University Online 2000 15,361
University College Birmingham Birmingham 1957 13,970
Bishop Grosseteste University Lincoln 2012 (1862) 1,805 £7,500 (majority of courses)[6]
University of Bolton Bolton 1982 8,740
Bournemouth University Poole & Bournemouth 1992 17,502
BPP University Abingdon, Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Maidstone, Milton Keynes, Reading, Newcastle, Nottingham and Southhampton 2013 (1992) 7,750
University of Bradford Bradford 1957 13,600
University of Brighton Brighton, Eastbourne, Hastings 1992 (1859) 21,000
University of Bristol Bristol 1876 17,144
Brunel University Uxbridge 1966 14,878
University of Buckingham Buckingham 1976 1,308
Buckinghamshire New University Buckinghamshire 1999 9,045
University of Cambridge Cambridge 1209 18,396 £9,000[7]
Canterbury Christ Church University Kent 1977 14,945
University of Central Lancashire Preston 1828 34,863
University of Chester Chester & Warrington 1839 15,718
University of Chichester Chichester 1977 4,930
City University London London 1894 21,410
Coventry University Coventry 1843 19,415 £7,500–£9,000[6]
Cranfield University Cranfield, Bedfordshire, Shrivenham & Oxfordshire 1993 4,350
University of Cumbria Ambleside, Carlisle, Lancaster, Penrith & Tower Hamlets 2007 13,105
University for the Creative Arts Canterbury, Epsom, Farnham, Maidstone & Rochester 2005 7,000
De Montfort University Leicester 1969 21,210
University of Derby Derby 1977 24,875 £6995-7995
Durham University Durham & Stockton-on-Tees 1832 15,529 £9,000[6]
University of East Anglia Norwich 1963 19,585 £9,000
University of East London London 1970 26,315 £9,000
Edge Hill University Ormskirk 1959 18,735 £9,000
University of Essex Essex 1964 11,660 £9,000[6]
University of Exeter Exeter & Penryn 1922 15,720 £9,000[6]
Falmouth University Penryn & Falmouth 1902 3,030 £9,000
University of Gloucestershire Gloucester & Cheltenham 1998 8,745
University of Greenwich London & Kent 1890 24,915
Harper Adams University Edgmond 1901 2,755 £9,000
University of Hertfordshire Hatfield 1952 23,725 £7,400–£8,500[8]
University of Huddersfield Huddersfield 1825 19,740 £7,950
University of Hull Hull & Scarborough 1927 22,275 £9,000
Imperial College London London 1907 13,410 £9,000[6]
Keele University Keele 1949 12,345 £9,000
University of Kent Canterbury, Medway, Tonbridge, Brussels & Paris 1965 18,385 £9,000[9]
Kingston University Kingston upon Thames 1899 23,135 £8,500-£9,000
Lancaster University Lancaster 1964 12,125 £9,000[10]
University of Leeds Leeds 1904 33,585 £9,000[11]
Leeds Metropolitan University Leeds 1970 41,215 £8,500[12]
Leeds Trinity University Leeds 1966 3,000
University of Leicester Leicester 1921 15,495 £9,000
University of Lincoln Lincolnshire & Hull 2001 16,705 £9,000
University of Liverpool Liverpool 1903 20,655 £9,000[13]
Liverpool Hope University Liverpool 1844 7,885 £9,000
Liverpool John Moores University Liverpool 1892 24,370 £9,000[6]
University of London London 1836 135,400
University of LondonBirkbeck, University of London London 1907 19,020
University of LondonCourtauld Institute of Art London 1932 £9,000
University of LondonGoldsmiths, University of London London 1904 7,615 £9,000
University of LondonHeythrop College London 1971 (1614) 700 £9,000
University of LondonInstitute of Cancer Research London 1909 338 £9,000
University of LondonInstitute of Education London 1932 7,215 £9,000
University of LondonKing's College London London 1829 18,630 £9,000
University of LondonLondon Business School London 1964 2,000
University of LondonLondon School of Economics London 1895 8,810 £9,000
University of LondonLondon School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine London 1899 2,805 £9,000
University of LondonQueen Mary, University of London London 1785 15,000 £9,000
University of LondonRoyal Northern College of Music Manchester 1973 696
University of LondonRoyal Academy of Music London 1822 730 £9,000
University of LondonRoyal Holloway, University of London Surrey 1849 8,000 £9,000
University of LondonRoyal Veterinary College London & Hertfordshire 1791 2,006
University of LondonSt George's, University of London London 1733 3,000 £9,000
University of LondonSchool of Advanced Study London 1994 £9,000
University of LondonSchool of Advanced Study→→ Institute of Advanced Legal Studies London 1946
University of LondonSchool of Advanced Study→→ Institute of Classical Studies London 1953
University of LondonSchool of Advanced Study→→ Institute of Commonwealth Studies London 1994
University of LondonSchool of Advanced Study→→ Institute of English Studies London 1991
University of LondonSchool of Advanced Study→→ Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies London 2004
University of LondonSchool of Advanced Study→→ Institute of Historical Research London 1921 5,500
University of LondonSchool of Advanced Study→→ Institute for the Study of the Americas London 2004
University of LondonSchool of Advanced Study→→ Warburg Institute London 1957
University of LondonSchool of Oriental and African Studies London 1916 4,525
University of LondonSchool of Pharmacy, University of London London 1842 1,355
University of LondonUniversity College London London 1826 21,620 £9,000[14]
University of LondonUniversity Marine Biological Station Millport Millport 1897
University of LondonUniversity of London Institute in Paris Paris 1836 £9,000
London Metropolitan University London 2002 28,525 £6000-£7000[15]
London South Bank University London 1892 24,748 £8,390[8]
Loughborough University Loughborough 1966 18,220 £9,000[16]
University of Manchester Manchester 2004 (1824) 39,165 £9,000[6]
Manchester Metropolitan University Manchester 1970 33,490 £8,000-£9,000
Middlesex University London 1973 23,175
Newcastle University Newcastle 1963 (1834) 19,700 £9,000
Newman University Birmingham 1968 2,600
University of Northampton Northampton 1975 10,645
Northumbria University Newcastle upon Tyne 1969 29,850 £8,500
Norwich University of the Arts Norwich 1845 2,000
University of Nottingham Nottingham 1881 (1798) 40,829 £9,000
Nottingham Trent University Nottingham 1970 (1843) 24,225
Open University Milton Keynes 1969 168,850 £5000
University of Oxford Oxford 1096 20,330 £9,000[6]
Oxford Brookes University Oxford 1970 19,070 £9,000[17]
University of Plymouth Plymouth 1862[18][19] 30,540
University of Portsmouth Portsmouth 1960 21,827 £8,500
University of Reading Reading 1892 22,805 £9,000[20]
Richmond University Richmond & London 1972
Roehampton University Roehampton 1841 8,535 £7,900-£8,250
Royal Agricultural University Cirencester 1845
University of Salford Salford 1967 19,890 £8,000-£9,000[21]
University of Sheffield Sheffield 1897 25,700 £9,000
Sheffield Hallam University Sheffield 1992 38,830 £8,500
University of Southampton Southampton 1902 24,735 £9,000
Southampton Solent University Southampton 1984 17,455 £7,800[22]
University of St Mark & St John Plymouth 1923 5,000
St. Mary's University College Strawberry Hill 1850 3,630 £8,000[6]
Staffordshire University Staffordshire, Stoke-on-Trent & Shropshire 1971 15,910
University of Sunderland Sunderland 1969 20,325
University of Surrey Guildford 1891 15,705 £9,000[6]
University of Sussex Falmer 1961 12,445 £9,000[6]
Teesside University Middlesbrough 1992 (1930) 27,945
Thames Valley University Ealing, Brentford, Reading & Slough 1991 47,430
University of Warwick Coventry 1965 18,434 £9,000[23]
University of Westminster London 1838 24,710
University of the West of England Bristol 1970 29,760
University of Winchester Winchester 1928 (1840) 5,906
University of Wolverhampton Wolverhampton 1969 23,470
University of Worcester Worcester 1997 9,545
University of York York 1963 13,490
York St John University York 1990 5,627

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